This post has all of the best cocktail recipes that you will need to ring in the new year!   This post may include affiliate links. Feel free to read my disclosure statement. All opinions shared are my own and not influenced by other sources.

35+ Cocktail Recipes and Mocktail Recipes on It's a Keeper35+ Cocktail Recipes and Mocktail Recipes on It's a Keeper

Cocktail Recipes

Milky Way Martini
Pomegranate Martinis
Glazed Doughnut Cocktail
Cranberry Moscato Punch
Raspberry Pomegranate Champagne Cocktail  with Raspberry Sorbet

Cranberry Pear Sparkler
Cherry Whiskey Smash
Mandarin Vodka Cocktail
Peppermint White Russian
Salted Caramel Martini 
Bailey’s and Kisses Candy Cane Martini
Festive Holiday Cocktails and Mocktails
Creamy Peppermint Stick Cocktail
Frozen Raspberry Pomegranate Cocktail
Candy Cane Martini 
Coco Snowball
Ginger Snap Cocktail
Ginger Gem
Pomegranate Spritzer
Pomegranate and Blackberry Lemondrop
Winter Berry Splash
Spiked Eggnog
Spiced Apple Cider Champagne Cocktails 
Cranberry Ginger Sparkling Rum Cider

Non-Alcoholic Cocktail Recipes

Mulled Cider
Mistletoe Mocktini
Cranberry Ginger Sparkler
Non-Alcoholic Sangria
Sparkling Rosemary Limemade
Asian Pear Sparkler
Cranberry Lime Fizz 
Blood orange cocktail
Sparkling Breakfast Punch
Frostbite Mocktail
Orangesicle

Tips & Tricks

Easy Festive Drink Flags
Cranberry ice cubes

More Cocktails and Mocktails

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One Response to Cocktail Recipes

  1. There are so many good recipes here for me to check out!!!

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